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If Tony goes...

If Mowbray goes...  

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  1. 1. If Tony leaves or gets sacked who would we want in to replace him.

    • Damien Johnson
    • Chris Hughton
    • David Moyes
    • Alan Pardew
    • Nigel Pearson
    • Chris Coleman
    • Gary Rowett
    • Nigel Adkins
    • Neil Harris
    • Martin O'Neill

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10 hours ago, Blue blood said:

There is no debate as to whether we would use the money the same way whatsoever! What possible posutive debatable merits are there on spending £12 mill on two none scoring strikers, one of whom isn't even championship standard? Everyone would have brought defenders or strikers with a proven record of scoring in this division. I'll grant you I can kind of see where the Gally signing comes from, albeit  it is working out badly, but Bereton? On what level was £7 million on a totally unproven striker at this level a good idea? Not debatable at all imo as that suggests there are some arguable merits to buying Bereton. 

We all knew this summer what we need including an experience keeper, 2 centre backs, 1 right back and 1 left back. 

I said we move for Sam Byram early summer. A quality right back. Hector for the centre back slot. Others suggestion why we didn't move for Jansson either. 

on Brereton signing, Didn't Mowbray want Gallagher or Waghorn before we even looked Brereton? 

Why didn't Mowbray sign John McGinn when we had the chance? instead he decide to stick with Smallwood and Evans. Massive mistake

10 hours ago, Blue blood said:

Really? Dropping for a medicore right midfielder who has generally been poor this season? Do you really think that is a good decision.

I don't agree on Bennett. I

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